Community Opportunities

If you have a community opportunity you would like to publicize, please contact Sara, sevangelista@jhu.edu.

Voices from the Beit Midrash: Current Student Panel

Monday, February 22nd @ 1:00 PM EST/10:00 AM PST/8:00 Israel

Hear from the year/semester students themselves! Join us to learn about the many paths of a Pardes student and to find out more about what coming to Israel to attend Pardes during a pandemic has been like for them. Click here to sign up by Feb 19th.

Year/Semester Program & Fellowships 2021-22: Applications now live! 

The Year/Semester Program, based in Jerusalem, combines classic Jewish text study with the exploration of ethical, spiritual, philosophical, legal and societal issues facing the Jewish people today. The result is a dynamic community engaged in honest and constructive debate, leading to serious personal reflection and growth.

We also offer several subsidized fellowships, in the areas of Arts, Social Justice, and Research, which provide an opportunity for Year Program students with relevant experience to further develop skills in a particular area of interest, while working closely with staff to help to enrich the Pardes community in various ways.

Click here to learn more about the Year/Semester Program and Fellowships and to apply.

Online Summer Program

We will be offering two sessions of our online Summer Program again this year. Session 1: July 11 – July 22 and Session 2: July 25 – August 5. Applications will be open shortly. If you or any of your students are interested, please email me directly at haley@pardes.org

Summer Employment Opportunities for Your Hillel Students!
We at NJY Camps are excited to share that we are hosting a virtual summer employment fair to promote open positions and paid internships available to your students!
Upcoming Staff Fair:
On March 1st, from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM ET, our NJY Camps team will be hosting a virtual staff fair for any and all interested students to attend. We’d love for you to share this information with your peers and student body! Registration for this event can be found here.
Who We Are:
NJY Camps is the largest Jewish overnight camping organization and serves between 1500 to 2500 children and families every summer. Located in the beautiful Poconos of Pennsylvania, we are the perfect summer escape that can also provide amazing leadership and professional development opportunities for college students.
What We Can Offer Your Students:
Work at NJY Camps is always a lot of fun while also being a powerful learning and leadership opportunity rooted in Jewish values. As mentioned previously, we also offer various paid internship opportunities related to Education, Special Needs, Psychology, Accounting, Operational Management, opportunities to work with teens, and more! See the flyer below for more details.
How to Apply:
All those interested should fill out an application at njycamps.org/staffapp. You can also reach out to staff@njycamps.org with any questions about available roles.

URBAN ADAMAH IS HIRING A…
YOUNG ADULT PROGRAMS DIRECTOR
Full-Time Position
Tentative Start Date: March / Early April

The Young Adult Programs Director serves as the lead staff person ideating, managing, and overseeing Young Adult programs, including but not limited to the Fellowship, alternative Spring Break programs, the Residency, and young adult Retreats throughout the year. The Young Adult Programs Director supervises a full-time Young Adult Programs Associate.

You can find the job description attached below!

Are you or a good friend perfect for the position? Pass this along! Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. If you have any questions please email the Executive Director, Adam Weiseberg – adamw@urbanadamah.org

APPLY HERE